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I will prove phone-tapping case

EVEN AFTER the Centre rejected the allegations that telephones of some Samajwadi Party leaders were being tapped, Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday reiterated his charges saying he would provide documentary evidence in this matter. Addressing a public rally here on the death anniversary of noted SP leader Raj Narayan, Yadav lashed out at the Congress high command for allegedly conspiring to topple his government. They failed in their nefarious designs and have now indulged in tapping the phones of our leaders .

india Updated: Jan 01, 2006 00:10 IST

EVEN AFTER the Centre rejected the allegations that telephones of some Samajwadi Party leaders were being tapped, Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav on Saturday reiterated his charges saying he would provide documentary evidence in this matter.

Addressing a public rally here on the death anniversary of noted SP leader Raj Narayan, Yadav lashed out at the Congress high command for allegedly conspiring to topple his government.

“They (Congress) failed in their nefarious designs and have now indulged in tapping the phones of our leaders, including Ram Gopal Yadav, Shivpal Singh Yadav, Akhilesh Yadav and party general secretary Amar Singh,” Yadav said.

“It is surprising that even the prime minister, home minister, defence minister and Delhi chief minister are unaware of the game plan being executed from 10 Janpath directly,” he alleged. “The Delhi police commissioner knew all this,” he said.

“Now, they are saying that the letters were forged. I want to ask them why the phones of our leaders were tapped if the ‘official letters’ issued in this connection were fake?” Yadav questioned.

He announced that he would shortly produce relevant documents pertaining to this issue. “I will show to the world the relevant documents,” Yadav declared.

He continued to lambaste Congress president Sonia Gandhi for her alleged attempts to dislodge the SP-led-State Government.

Yadav indirectly criticised Congress spokesman Abhishek Manu Singhvi for using “unparliamentary language” against him while briefing mediapersons about the charges on Friday. He also criticised his own party leaders for remaining a mute spectator to the show.

He called upon the party rank and file to be prepared for a bigger struggle.

“Poorvanchal is witness to great struggles and revolutions by our great leaders.

I have decided to fight against those who are bent on defaming the SP,” Yadav said.

Book released: Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav released a book of noted poet Dr Banwari Singh ‘Yadu’ titled ‘Rashtriya Chintan’ at Beniabagh Park on Saturday. The book contains a collection of 60 essays.